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St Martins House Conference Centre offers a range of facilities with immediate availability for long term meeting room hire. Temporary office work spaces are ideal for regular weekly catch-ups to bring together remote teams in order to strengthen talent, enable creativity and collaboration through face-to-face social interaction and a break from remote working. 
Overnight the Leicestershire hospitality industry, like everywhere else in the UK, went from flourishing to nothing. Hotels, pubs, restaurants, and event venues shut their doors and had no clue when they would be able to reopen them, if ever. Now, as hospitality starts to open its doors, recover, and adapt to the changes, St Martins House Conference Centre and St Martins Lodge tells us how they look forward to welcoming visitors and guests again in the near future. 
The newly-opened St Martins Lodge accommodation has been shortlisted for a prestigious regional award. 
 
The RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) has announced some of the East Midlands’ most loved built environment projects, with the publication of its RICS Awards 2019, East Midlands shortlist. St Martins Lodge is shortlisted in the Tourism and Leisure category. 
Leicester's newest boutique hotel is now open for bookings. St Martins House, a new high-end luxury accommodation, opened on 3rd October 2018 and completes the Cathedral Quarters offerings. 
 
Built by the Diocese of Leicester, St Martins Lodge stands at just a stone's throw from the site where King Richard III's remains were discovered in 2012, prior to being laid to rest inside the Cathedral three years ago. 
 
The accommodation is a welcome addition to the City's Cathedral Quarter, which has included the KRIII Visitor Centre and the rejuvenation of the area with visitors attracted from far and wide. 
On Maundy Thursday Her Majesty The Queen came to Leicester Cathedral to complete her Maundy Visits to English Anglican Cathedrals. The Royal Maundy Service is a tradition from Medieval times, when the Sovereign washes feet and gives alms to the poor. This is a service of the Chapel Royal, and Leicester Cathedral was hosting the event which was led by the Lord High Almoner with music that included singing from the Chapel Royal Choir. 
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